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Anastasia Siopsi

Head of the Department of Music Studies
Field: Aesthetics of Music
Rank: Professor
Government Gazette: 534/22-5-2013/τ. Γ΄
Telephone:+30 2661087569
Fax: 2661087569
Email: siopsi@ionio.gr

Siopsi Anastasia

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CV ANASTASIA SIOPSI, PROFESSOR

Head of the Music Department (2020-2022)

 

Field: Aesthetics of Music

 

Tel. number: (+30)2661087504

 

e-mail: siopsi@ionio.gr

 

Postgraduate Studies

Postgraduate studies and doctoral research, Music Department, University of East Anglia, U.K.; awarded scholarship by the Academy of Athens for postgraduate research in Musicology and History of Music. Doctoral dissertation entitled: «Richard Wagner’s ‘Der Ring des Nibelungen’: The Reforging of the Sword or, Towards a Reconstruction of the People’s Consciousness» (1996, supervisors Professor David Charlton (Music Dept., Royal Holloway, University of London), Professor John Deathridge (Music Dept., King's College, London)).

 

Taught Courses:

  1. MUS413, HISTORY OF MUSIC (17th-18th), 4th semester.
  2. MUS511, HISTORY OF MUSIC (18th-19th), 5th semester.
  3. MUS521, ELEMENTS OF MUSIC SOCIOLOGY, 5th
  4. MUS704, INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY, AESTHETICS AND SEMIOTICS OF MUSIC, 7th and 9th
  5. MUS706, HISTORY OF OPERA (17th-18th), 7th semester.
  6. MUS807, HISTORY OF OPERA (19th-20th), 8th semester.
  7. MUS806, SPECIAL TOPICS IN PHILOSOPHY, AESTHETICS AND SEMIOTICS OF MUSIC, 8th
  8. MUS1001, DIPLOMA DISSERTATION II (PHILOSOPHICAL AND AESTHETIC VIEWS OF MUSIC), 10th

 

 

Research/teaching experience

Anastasia Siopsi is a Professor in “Aesthetics of Music”, Music Department, School of Music and Audiovisual Arts, Ionian University, Corfu, Greece. She is also a tutor of a course entitled “History of the Arts in Europe” (degree in “European Culture”), Greek Open University. Apart from her studies in music, she has studied architecture (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Department of Architecture, Thessaloniki, Greece).

She is co-editor of an electronic international journal entitled Hellenic Journal of Music, Education and Culture (HeJMEC), with Prof. G. Welsh (Univ. of London).

She is a founder member of the Greek Musicological Society (established in 2011) and coordinator of the team of the Society on “Philosophy and Aesthetics of Music”.

Her books include (1) Three Essays on MANOLIS KALOMIRIS [Greek] (Athens: Greek Musicological Publications 4, Music Publishing House Papagrigoriou-Nakas, 2003), (2) Music in Nineteenth-Century Europe [Greek] (Athens: George Dardanos Publications (Gutenberg), 2005), (3) Aspects of modern Greek identity through the looking glass of music in revivals of ancient drama in modern Greece [Greek], (Athens: George Dardanos Publications (Gutenberg), 2012), (4) On the 200th year of Richard Wagner’s anniversary (1813-1883): Essays on the aesthetics of his theory and work [Greek], (Athens: Greek Musicological Publications, Music Publishing House Papagrigoriou-Nakas, 2013).

 

Main research interests

♪ Issues on philosophy and aesthetics of music, mainly focused on aesthetic theories of nineteenth century up to the first decades of the twentieth century

♪ Music and the other arts (especially painting)

♪ Opera, mainly nineteenth-century opera

♪ German romantic music, especially Richard Wagner’s music dramas

♪ Greek art music, especially works by Manolis Kalomiris; also, aesthetic and ideological issues of the period of the Greek National School of Music.

♪ Music in revivals of ancient Greek drama in modern Greece.

♪ Contribution of women to music (Gender Studies).

 

 

 


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